National Craft Month takes place every March and this year, FFTC was invited to Lakeshore Learning to enjoy it.
Every Saturday from 11:00 am-3:00 pm, Lakeshore Learning offers a free craft. It’s a versatile craft. Simple enough for a toddler, but can be personalized and blinged by an older child.
My ten year old loved it! And even I got into the spirit of crafting fun!
National Craft Month at LakeShore Learning–FREE Crafts for Kids Every Saturday
This particular day, our crafting leader at Lakeshore Learning helped us to make a windsock of a rainbow carp (which honestly cracked me up!) or squid or whatever water-living animal you wanted it to be.
If you are looking for great activity to do or a creative reward for a child to earn, Saturday Crafts are perfect.
- They are free.
- They are consistent. (11 a.m.-3 p.m. every Saturday in St. Louis Park and Maplewood)
- And they are really fun!
Here’s how you can make your own Rainbow Carp Windsock at home during National Craft Month.
When you participate in the Free Crafts for Kids program, you also receive a coupon for 20% off any single nonsale item. I can see me spending a lot of money there, especially since next year I will be a homeschool mom.
National Craft Month at Heartfelt
If you have spent any amount of time around FFTC, you know about our love affair with Heartfelt. Each month, Heartfelt designs new crafts for your creative pleasure. And March is no different.
Here are just a sample of a few of the projects offered this month.
- Spring Animals $10
- Felted Chicks and Nest $20
- Rabbits in a Hutch $28
- And plenty more with other monthly options and classic crafts
National Craft Month at Created to Grow
I just found this little gem of a place in my wandering throughout the internet. I am very excited to see what Created to Grow has to offer since their calendar is jam-packed!
The Twin Cities is packed full of places to spur on your creativity. These three choices are only the tip of the iceberg.
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